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    "The Art of Ken Anderson" - Horse Fountains Illustration Original Art (1932). Ken B. Anderson (1909 - 1993) was a Disney Legend Inductee in 1991 for his work in both animation and Imagineering. He also was bestowed the Winsor McCay Award in 1982. He studied Architecture at the University of Washington and graduated in 1934; he began working at Disney that same year. Over his many years at the studio, he was an animator, art director, writer, story man, and theme park designer. This is an original Ken Anderson 1932 graphite drawing of the Horse Fountains at Borghese Gardens in Rome. The art is in graphite on paper of 13" x 10", signed KBA '32 in the left bottom border. This is some of the earliest work from this Disney Legend we have seen! Minor handling and some edge toning. Good condition.

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